Idaho Waterfalls hint at this state’s balance between its agricultural reputation and wild nature. As you can see from the waterfall map above, we’ve managed to see a sampling of such waterfalls scattered in the Snake River Plains to the south and the Idaho Panhandle to the north.
In our visits to this state’s waterfalls, our preconceived notions of what we expected to see were shattered. On the one hand, we saw greenery when we passed through the state en route to Yellowstone. On the other hand, we saw a surprising amount of desert and desolation (even volcanic landscapes at the Craters of the Moon National Monument) throughout the majority of the southern part of the state, especially along the Snake River.
Indeed, there’s lots to be seen and explored in Idaho, and we’re well aware that we’ve only scratched the surface of what’s possible here. So we expect to augment this page with more Idaho Waterfalls with each trip to and through this state…
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